> kjlin wrote:
> When the kernel boots up and mounts the root file system,
> the kernel start to do "execve("/sbin/AP",argv_init,envp_init)" to run a AP.
> But in my case, it panics when kernel tries to do the
> The kernel panic message shows " Kernel panic: Attempted to kill init! ".
> What situation will trigger such kernel panic?
A common reason is that /sbin/AP has a seg fault or some other faults. I
would debug AP program in a stable environment and then make sure I can see
the first "printf" from AP. From there, you can debug AP with printf.